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    Can you make a claim on behalf of someone else?

    In short, yes: a parent or guardian can make a claim on behalf of an injured child. They have until the child’s 18th birthday to make a claim. The child then has a further three years to make a claim themselves, i.e. until they are age 21.

    You can also make a claim on behalf of an adult who lacks the mental capacity to conduct their own medical negligence claim. The legal profession, in short, refers to such a person as a “protected party.”

    In essence, the parent or adult claiming medical negligence compensation on behalf of a child or a protected party is a litigation friend. Litigation friends are responsible for hiring the medical negligence solicitor, to begin with. Moreover, they can also communicate information and make critical decisions regarding the claim. The litigation friend, above all, has a legal duty to act in the best interests of the person suffering.

    If you would like to chat to a legal expert, feel free to contact us today.

    No Win No Fee

    No Win No Fee

    We assess all claims on a No Win No Fee basis, then we can determine how successful a claim is likely to be without providing you with any risk.

    We assess each claim on its merits with the information provide, which aids us to determine its likely success rate.

    Expert Solicitors

    Expert Solicitors

    Our dedicated panel are experts in securing compensation no matter the injury.

    Our personal injury lawyers are committed to securing the best possible outcome for you while providing expert support with every step of the way.

    Personal Dedicated Solicitors

    Personal Dedicated Solicitors

    Each client is provided with their own Medical Negligence lawyer who will work on the case from start to finish, being there every step of the way.

    The client will be provided with a direct phone number and direct email address of the lawyer.

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